Get Your Shorts On! is back with a twist.
We're also pleased to include the City of Vincent Film Project titles that have been produced this year and will amplify the line up.
Get Your Shorts On! 2018 films have been curated by Revelation. Some shorts are not suitable for persons under 15
Wednesday 11 July 6.30pm
WEB SERIES, 11 min
Producer: Emilia Jolakoska and Miley Tunnecliffe
Writer/Director: Miley Tunnecliffe
A modern comedy chronicling the dysfunctional relationship between a mother and daughter entirely through their phone calls.
THE BIG SPAGHETTI
WEB SERIES, 18 min
Producer: Susannah Day
Writer: Zoe Pepper, Adriane Daff, Tim Watts Director: Zoe Pepper
Gabby seeks solace in Melissa’s home to mend her broken heart and reinvent her life. But when Gabby’s fierce alter ego becomes the object of Melissa’s affections their blissful playground breaks apart at the seams.
SMALL TOWN HACKERS
WEB SERIES, 5 min
Producer Lauren Elliott
Writer Henry Inglis, Matt Lovkis, Joel Gray
Director: Henry Inglis
After spending ten years in the big city, Alex returns to his hometown for the funeral of his high school sweetheart. It soon becomes clear that things aren’t what they seem so he must enlist the help of his younger brother and his ragtag gang of wannabe hackers to get to the bottom of the mystery.
GHOSTS OF VINCENT
DOCUMENTARY, 10 min
Writer/Producer: Paul van Lieshout Hunt
Director: Ellen Broadhurst, Kimberly McGivern
Some 20 thousand people live in the City of Vincent, but they’re not alone.
Producer: Cody Greenwood
Writer/Directors: Frances Elliott, Samantha Marlowe
One man's crusade to save the honeybees, one suburb at a time.
DOCUMENTARY, 7 min
Director: Matt Sav
QUALITY TIME is an exploration into the art of neon bending, looking at it's many environmental, physical and conceptual properties, while taking us on a 'neon tour of Perth', showcasing just how prevalent and beautiful these signs really are. This short documentary illustrates the incredibly involved process of neon bending and the relationship between Ben and his mentor George.
Wed 11, 6.30pm, Luna Leederville
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